At Brit we want our people to feel confident bringing their whole self to work. During the last 12 months the Brit People Forum has initiated a number of employee resource groups to support that aim and we are delighted to launch the hidden and visible disabilities group.
As part of that launch, and in celebration of our continued partnership with disabled motor sports team, Team BRIT, we asked driver Bobby Trundley to tell us how racing has helped him cope with his hidden disability, Autism.
In this video he describes Autism as his superpower and how overcoming his challenges, uncovered his exceptional talent and passion for racing driving.
About Team Brit
In February 2017 Brit announced it’s partnership with Team BRIT, a competitive motor racing team consisting of disabled drivers. Team Brit’s vision is to support, inspire and motivate people facing physical and psychological challenges by demonstrating what can be achieved through motorsport.
About Bobby Trundley
Bobby Trundley was diagnosed with autism at 4 years old. His passion for the sport was ignited when he first sat in a go-kart at the age of 10 and he has been driving for Team BRIT for x years. Bobby has been awarded the Anna Kennedy OBE, Autism Hero Award for outstanding achievement in sport and was awarded the ANCA World Autism Festival Excellence in Sport Award 2017.